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4:05 PM ET, February 19, 2014

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Gautham Nagesh / Wall Street Journal:
FCC plans to issue new net neutrality rules.  —  The Federal Communications Commission said Wednesday that it will craft new rules to prevent Internet service providers from charging companies like Netflix or Google a toll to reach consumers at the highest speeds.
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Amy Schatz / Re/code:
Net Neutrality Rules Are Out: New Twist on Old Proposal  —  Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is launching a new effort to craft net neutrality rules, agency officials said Wednesday, basically proposing a do-over under a different part of the law.
Martin Evans / Telegraph:
Tony Blair offered to be unofficial adviser to Brooks and Murdoch over phone hacking scandal, court hears  —  In an hour-long phone conversation with Mrs Brooks the day after the News of the World was closed in July 2011, the former Prime Minister advised her to “tough up” telling her “it will pass”
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John Rentoul / The Independent:
Blair responds to Brooks email  —  Statement by a spokesperson for Tony Blair:  —  “This was Mr Blair simply giving informal advice over the phone.  He made it absolutely clear to Ms Brooks that, though he knew nothing personally about the facts of the case, in a situation as serious …
Discussion: @dangillmor and @johnrentoul
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:   Phone hacking jury is told of Rebekah Brooks' plan to stay with News Corp prior to resignation
Glenn Greenwald / The Intercept:
On the UK's Equating of Journalism With Terrorism  —  (updated below)  —  As my colleague Ryan Devereaux reports, a lower UK court this morning, as long expected, upheld the legality of the nine-hour detention of my partner, David Miranda, at Heathrow Airport last August …
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Costas Pitas / Reuters:
British court quashes legal challenge by partner of Snowden leaks reporter
Jonathan Marino / The Deal Pipeline:
Fosun closes in on deal for Forbes; price short of $250M  —  When money management magazine and website Forbes Media LLC is sold, likely to Fosun International Ltd., the Chinese conglomerate that has taken the front-runner position in the company's auction, sources said …
Discussion: @hofrench and @jackshafer, Thanks:@jonmarino
Joshua Benton / Nieman Journalism Lab:
What to do when your video is winning social media, but it's a copy that's getting the clicks?  —  What should a news organization do when an unauthorized copy of video they produced is going viral on YouTube?  —  That's the question Dallas ABC affiliate WFAA faced when a commentary …
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
LinkedIn Opens Its Publishing Platform To All Members  —  To date, LinkedIn has allowed a small, editorially selected group of “Influencers” like Richard Branson, Bill Gates and Barack Obama to publish their thoughts and advice to its network as long-form blog posts.
Marisa Guthrie / Hollywood Reporter:
HLN's Surprising New Slate: Game Shows, Viral Videos and a #FOMO App (Exclusive)  —  From left: Fred Seibert, Rob Barnett and Tom Lynch  —  The cable news network that is home to Nancy Grace undertakes a major rebrand.  —  A version of this story first appeared in the Feb. 28 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazette:
Journalists seeking accreditation for Brit Awards asked to agree coverage of sponsor Mastercard  —  The organisers of tonight's Brit Awards for pop music appear to be asking journalists to guarantee coverage of sponsor MasterCard as the price of attending.  —  Before providing journalists …
Sara Morrison / Poynter:
Media is ‘failing women’ — sports journalism particularly so  —  The Women's Media Center released its third annual Status of Women in the U.S. Media report today, and if you've been paying any attention to gender imbalances across print, broadcast and online platforms, it's more of the same.
Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Warner in Deal to Sign Acts Found on Shazam  —  In the good old days of digital music — say, five or six years ago — high-tech talent scouting by record labels meant trawling MySpace for hot new bands.  Labels still hunt for acts online, but the pools of data they consult have become much more vast …
Tim Peterson / AdAge:
Vice Goes Into Food Business With ‘American Idol’ Producer FremantleMedia  —  Site to Debut in Early April and Air Videos Online, on TV  —  In early April Vice will debut a yet-unnamed food vertical with “American Idol” producer FremantleMedia.  The brash digital-media company also has a food-related ad network on its menu.
Alan D. Mutter / Editor and Publisher:
Newsosaur: Big Data Zeros in on Ad Inefficiency  —  John Wanamaker, the innovative Philadelphia merchant who pioneered the modern department store in the Gilded Age, was such a fan of newspapers that he is credited with buying the first full-page ad.  —  But even Wanamaker knew …
Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:
Ustream launches nonprofit program to support citizen journalism in Ukraine and beyond  —  As demonstrations in Kiev descended into chaos Tuesday, some of the most striking pictures came from citizen journalists.  Part of that is dedication — live streamers like Ukrstream.tv and Spilno.tv …
Andrew Beaujon / Poynter:
1 journalist dead, many injured in Ukraine violence  —  Vyacheslav Veremyi was “dragged out of his taxi by unknown assailants” in Kiev early Wednesday morning, Reporters Without Borders reports.  The reporter for Ukrainian newspaper Vesti “was violently beaten up, and according to witness accounts …
Christoph Koettl / Mediashift:
‘The YouTube War’: Citizen Videos Revolutionize Human Rights Monitoring in Syria  —  When I started working on human rights crises seven years ago, a promising and groundbreaking way to monitor violations were satellite images.  The idea seemed simple enough: a single sensor in space taking pictures …
New York Times:
Afghan Ethnic Tensions Rise in Media and Politics  —  KABUL, Afghanistan — It started with a heat-of-the-moment comment on a partisan television talk show, drawing an ethnic line that was bold even by Afghan standards.  —  “Pashtuns are the rulers and owners of Afghanistan …
Jesse Hicks / The Verge:
How Wikipedia's robots and cyborgs snuff out vandalism  —  How Wikipedia's robots and cyborgs snuff out vandalism  —  At midnight on February 13th, 2014, a Wikipedia user named Lightningawesome added to the list of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic characters a lengthy biography of Lightning Dash …
Knowledge@Wharton:
Will Comcast's Merger with Time Warner Give It Too Much Power?  —  Last week, when Comcast announced its plan to buy Time Warner Cable, it came within reach of the dream of its founder Ralph Roberts to become America's most powerful media company.  If the $45.2 billion merger goes through in the coming year …
Discussion: @ceciliakang and HBR.org
Alastair Reid / Journalism.co.uk:
How Vizzuality wants to bring mapping to the masses  —  A recent grant from the Knight Foundation will fund experiments in data visualisation and storytelling, but ‘democratising maps’ is a key idea for the team behind open source mapping tool CartoDB  —  Credit: By ToastyKen on Flickr.
Peter Lauria / BuzzFeed:
Scripps looking to sell CityEats after partnerships with cable channels fail to catch on  —  Exclusive: OpenTable Competitor CityEats Is For Sale  —  No appetite for the service among consumers.  —  Via cityeats.com  —  CityEats, the online reservation service launched in 2011 …
 
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Patrick Frater / Variety:
Fuji TV to Stream Shows Online
Derrik J. Lang / Associated Press:
Q&A: A documentarian working in virtual reality
Discussion: Re/code and Popular Science
New York Times:
El País Ousts Editor; 3rd Spanish Paper to Do So Amid Financial Woes
Discussion: In English Section and Bloomberg
Marton Dunai / Reuters:
How Hungary's government shaped public media to its mould
Motherboard:
Ukraine's Newest Media Company Is Ensuring the Revolution Will Be Televised
John Plunkett / Guardian:
BBC Radio 1 top 40 goes with the flow by including streaming plays
Discussion: BBC, Pocket-lint and thedrum.com
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Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Journalism Lab:
After the demise of its network, The Colorado Independent is born again on its own
Discussion: Durango Herald
Sam Kirkland / Poynter:
AP brings Olympics coverage to local news outlets with customizable, white-label microsites
Discussion: @ap_corpcomm
Andrew Wallenstein / Variety:
NBC Universal, FX Chiefs Call for Increased Anti-Piracy Measures
Discussion: Plagiarism Today
Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
Journalists Caught In The Violence In Kiev
Discussion: imi.org.ua
Caroline O'Donovan / Nieman Journalism Lab:
In Connecticut, the Independent Media Network tries to succeed where Patch couldn't
Discussion: Street Fight and @niemanlab
 

 
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